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WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY: TRUCKER CHALLENGES NOT REPORTED, LIFE LOST

(BUELLTON-081912) Broadcaster decides to focus on a rescue rather than a life that was lost. The life that was lost was stated as being under the influence of drugs, which is not humanitarian on the part of the reporting. The reporter could have included that truckers are undergoing challenges and this is an effect. This is a county-wide problem, which is being shelved--putting others at risk. The more noble stance would have put some humanitarianism on the trucker. If the driver did crash and burn it would be difficult to even determine that he was under the influence of drugs. Allegations should not cloud public policy, nor humanitarianism.

tags: human rights, safety ethics, trucking rights

 
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